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Verdi’s last opera is uneven in the venerable company’s new production.
The LA Phil stages a “staggeringly ambitious production” of the groundbreaking opera.
In advance of her stint with the S.F. Opera in June, the singer muses on her wildly varied career, her special relationship with MTT, and the joy of singing.
The tireless conductor explains his enduring love for Verdi, how he plans an L.A. Opera season with Domingo, and why Mozart is a healing force.
The world premiere suffers from an overabundance of themes, creative voices, and rain.
The go-to coloratura talks about her special relationship with local ensembles and upcoming performances in wide-ranging roles.
Raising more questions than it answers, Niloufar Talebi’s unconventional opera boasts fine performances and stylish staging.
Part of the composer’s seven-hour epic is performed in NYC, along with Gelsey Bell’s Within.